Penticton Tune-Agers Choir and Orchestra present Christmas Visions

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The Shatford Centre is home to the Penticton Tune-Agers choir and orchestra, a group of local singers and musicians who gather every week to practise under the direction of conductor Nick Kelly.  This is the first year Nick has led the Tune-Agers, and they are enjoying getting to know each other. They are currently working on the music for their annual Christmas concert which will be on December 10th. Nick is best-known as a composer, and teaches locally through the Penticton Academy of Music.

“Christmas Visions’ is the theme for this year’s Tune-Ager concert, and it will feature several pieces just for orchestra, a few with orchestra and choir together, and a number of pieces with just the choir. There’s something for everyone, from show tunes to classical, and there is nothing this group enjoys more than sharing their love of music with an audience.

The concert “Christmas Visions” will be at the Shatford Centre on Sunday,December 10th, at 2:30 pm in the afternoon.

Tickets for ’Christmas Visions’ are $15, available in advance at the Shatford Centre, at Dragon’s Den on Front St., at The Beanery in Summerland, and from members of the Tune-Agers.

Tickets will also be available at the door.

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